- TripBuzz discovered 34 different types of activities for couples in the Chelan area, including Winery/Vineyard (like Chelan Estate Winery & Vineyard), Parks (like Beebe Bridge Park), Water Parks (like Slidewaters) and Bike Rentals (like Chelan Electric Bike & Trikke Tour), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 42 date ideas in or near Chelan, Washington, including 14 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Manson and Wenatchee.
Slidewaters Lake Chelan Waterpark Seattle MoreLess Info
Guests zip down slides, float around a 500-ft. lazy river, or soak in a hot tub at a park overlooking Lake Chelan
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755 S. Lakeshore Road, Chelan, WA 98816 MoreLess Info
Chelan Estate Winery and Vineyard is a winery on the banks of Lake Chelan that has had grapes growing there for decades. They offer over 19 different types of wine and wine tastings. They also allow picnics on their grounds.
Mellisoni Vineyards is a winery that produces 6 different varieties of wines as well as a wine club that presents the opportunity for discounts on wine purchases. The winery holds special events including â€˜Mellisonâ€™s Music on the Lakeâ€™.
Tunnel Hill Winery creates a number of wines, including Pinot Noir, Malbec and Riesling, which may be purchased or enjoyed in the Stone Cottage Tasting room. Tunnel Hill Winery also offers wedding services and seasonal wine and food pairings.
Named after a local resident from the 1930s, Hard Row to Hoe Vineyards offers adult-themed wines for visitors to sample. Tastings are $5 but gets waived if any wine is purchased. The winery is a popular spot for bachelorette parties.
Nefarious Cellars is a winery that also has an 1,800-sqft guest house that can be rented and includes a kitchen, a bedroom, and a living room. The winery has a wine club and produces 11 different varietals of wine.
Featuring a Bordeaux varietal blend, Ventimiglia Cellars offers visitors a range of wines to sample; including Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Syrah, and Merlot. All the wines are poured directly from an oak barrel in the tasting room.